LOL I'd actually have no problem with a baby being there, I just... I have no idea what to expect from the scene. There is a lot that can remain ambiguous with "Ned's fever dream" and not so much with "Bran witnesses what really happened at the ToJ."
Right! As long as Ned doesn't name the child, I think I'll be ok. If he even so much as whispers Jon, in an ambiguous way, maybe I'll still be ok, but if he picks up a baby and names it Jon...
Mind you, I've been telling myself that it's just D&D's interpretation of the text, not canon, not canon!
I don't know if I'd be that upset by Sansa being pregnant. The child would not automatically be warden of the north nor would that mean that the Boltons still rule in Winterfell. She can, as widow of Roose Bolton's son and heir, give her child the Dreadfort and keep Winterfell for herself. Until Bran is found out to be alive by more than a handful, in which case he can decide if he'll step down for his sister a la Theon or give the title to Jon. And now we've the added complication of Benjen being alive(ish) and being a true male Stark. As lord of WF, Bran can choose him as well to succeed him in place of his sisters and half brother.